Coopetition


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Coopetition

Competition within an organization to the organization's detriment. For example, the attempt by departments in the company to maximize their own budgets may result in an inefficient allocation of resources such that the company cannot be profitable.
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Actors and Actor Rationales in Intra-firm Competition and Coopetition
3) sustainable competitive inoclusters: clustering level, culture of coopetition and competitiveness in sustainable innovative clusters, integrative innovation (in resources, technologies, management and policies, culture of sustainable competitiveness and coopetition),
The competitiveness K defined as the skill and the capacity of an entity to win in the coopetition (confrontation and / or co-operation) within the external environments, through in a time period.
The competitiveness management of the IARDA and cluster is more complex than the management of the universities competitiveness (Popa, 2005), because the IARDA and clusters coopetition achieves in all the 7 external international environments (Popa & Mocan, 2005).
However, this literature ignores the coopetition that can arise if a group of ethnically similar firms band together to combat local rivals ("us versus them") rather than compete against each other and it ignores pent-up demand.
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Representing combined revenues of over $500 billion and 5,000-plus network servers and 450,000-plus workstations, the NAC has established itself as the premiere end-user organization dedicated to promoting integration, interoperability and vendor coopetition.
We believe that those firms willing to engage in cross-industry partnerships and coopetition are more likely to succeed and dominate the market due to the complex set of business relationships required to deliver mobile payments to a mass market," said Matuszak.
While i2 Technologies (a) and Ariba will maintain an alliance, it has clearly been drifting across the coopetition spectrum toward the competition end, with the Agile acquisition as an overt step change.
During the interview, Holland discussed the growth of competitive local exchange carriers (CLEC), the Telecom Act of 1996, coopetition with the Baby Bells and the company's strategy for the future.
Such coopetition increases the ability to generate charitable funding beyond the scope of any individual program.
Hidary also addressed CIOs and CEOs for `rent', distance education, the dominance of the Windows operating system, Linux, coopetition, EDIs, XML, and the concept of one big business-to-business extranet.